When it comes to flagship Android phones, the first name many people think of is Samsung. Their fleet of Galaxy phones and tablets, including the S and Note flagship lines, have been a cornerstone of the Android market for over a decade.
While Samsung has pioneered some of the best smartphone technology around, like cutting-edge cameras and HDR10+, those advancements come with a hefty price tag. When something goes wrong or breaks, it’s hard to just replace a $1,000 phone.
Why spend that when we can repair nearly anything for a fraction of that cost? So, when something does go wrong or break—such is the nature of these things—don’t freak out.